Google just announced its much anticipated Google Calendar app for iPhone is now available on the App Store. The app is essentially an iPhone version of the standalone Calendar mobile app previously only available for Android devices. Google first unveiled the latest version of its Calendar app alongside the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop late last year. 

The Google Calendar app for iPhone works with your Exchange and iCloud calendars and also integrates with Gmail to automatically turn events from emails into Calendar entries. Here’s a rundown on features from Google:

● A new Schedule View – See your schedule at a glance with photos and maps of the places you’re going. ● Events from Gmail – Flight, hotel, concert, restaurant reservations and more are added to your calendar automatically. ● Assists to fill in your calendar – You can quickly create events with smart suggestions for event titles, places and people. ● Different ways to view your calendar – Speedily switch between viewing a single day to getting an overview of multiple days at once.

It will also work for Apps customers: Google Apps Mobile Management has you covered. Apps Mobile Management allows admins to set up mobile security policies, like requiring passwords and remotely wiping data when necessary. And it’s included with Google Apps and Google Drive for Work, so you can keep your work data safe.

The app is available on the App Store now for free.

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Jordan writes about all things Apple as Senior Editor of 9to5Mac, & contributes to 9to5Google, 9to5Toys, & Electrek.co. He also co-authors 9to5Mac’s weekly Logic Pros series and makes music as one half of Toronto-based Makamachine.